An estimated 283,000 children seek care in U.S. emergency departments each year for a sports- or recreation-related traumatic brain injury (SRR-TBI), according to an MMWR Report released today. Activities with the highest number of SRR-TBI visits included: football, bicycling, basketball, playground activities, and soccer.
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Governor Phil Murphy has announced $22.5 million in proposed new investments to care for individuals with developmental disabilities, including new funding for individuals diagnosed with both developmental disabilities and mental health conditions.
Benefits of Board Membership: The opportunity to have a real impact on the quality of life for families in Monmouth County; satisfaction and sense of accomplishment helping others; an opportunity to learn new skills, increase community connections; and meet and develop friendships with others having a common interest.
How 'Momo', a global social media hoax about a paranormal threat to kids, morphed into a U.S. viral phenomenon
The meme that supposedly contained harmful messages initially gained traction in South America and eventually spread worldwide.
Rutgers-Camden study pinpoints childhood trauma as likely source of anxiety, depression, suggests healthy family life, civic engagement can mitigate problems.
The students and aspiring healers group at the Wounded Healers Program offers a safe place to explore the many facets that shaped their current selves and the possibilities for future growth and to tune into their intuitive wisdom to effect transformation in others by exploring the wounded self in relation to the desire to guide, teach, and heal others.
Over the past several years, as diagnoses mushroomed, society has developed an increasing number of resources to help children with autism and their families.
But once those children become adults, the resources become scarce.
180 Turning Lives Around is seeking two full-time clinicians for our Keeping Families Together program for our Long Branch office. Reach out to JoAnn Palumbo with any questions regarding these positions. jo[email protected]
New Year, new location for County Health Department. Office is moving to downtown Freehold.
United Way of Monmouth and Ocean Counties (UWMOC) announces the expansion of the Financial Success Center (FSC) Network from a flagship location in the Freehold Raceway Mall to ten sites throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties.